25 Years of Discovering Wisconsin | Discover Wisconsin
We've logged millions of miles over the last 25 years in the quest to capture the essence of what makes Wisconsin such a great place to live, work and play. But rather than create a retrospective look back at the TV show, we've decided to celebrate our 25th season by doing what we've always done—feature the best Wisconsin has to offer.
In both our 25th Anniversary Book - Discovering the Very Best of the Badger State - and our Discover Wisconsin 25th Anniversary episode, check out the best of Wisconsin.
What are some of your favorite Discover Wisconsin moments? Comment below!
Baraboo Wisconsin Adventure August 2017
A look at some of the attractions in Baraboo WI home of the Ringling Bros Circus headquarters.
Wisconsin's Winter Wonderlands (Full Episode)
Wisconsinites are no strangers to the cold and snow that winter brings, so rather than hunkering down and hibernating, Mariah and Eric head to explore a number of communities across the state that know a thing or two about embracing the winter months! From the Arctic Warrior obstacle course in St. Germain, snowboarding at Devil’s Head Resort in Merrimac, Bald Eagle Watching Days in Sauk Prairie or Winterfest in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin has no shortage of winter recreation!
Green Bay - The Football City | Discover Wisconsin
Green Bay – The Football City
When you talk about what Green Bay is most famous for, it’s not difficult to think of Aaron Rodgers, Cheeseheads and the Green Bay Packers. Luckily for all Packers fans, the football fun doesn’t end even when the season does! Take in all the history of Wisconsin’s hometown team with a Segway or walking tour of the Packers Heritage Trail. Head over to Lambeau Field to check out the new Packers Hall of Fame, take a behind the scenes tour of the stadium and enjoy a delicious meal at 1919.
Driving Downtown Baraboo Wisconsin
See what tourist sees while driving around the square, passing the Baraboo Farmers Market, Al Ringling Theatre and Sauk County Municipal Courts, located at 554-598 Broadway Street in beautiful downtown Circus City Baraboo Wisconsin 53913
Just Off Main Street
A community's Main Street is the beating heart of its town. It's the city's center, it's full of history, and it's a gathering spot for residents and visitors alike. In Wisconsin, Main Street communities are known for being friendly, charming and authentic, with unique personalities that set them apart from one another. And sometimes, the best adventures to be had are found 'Just off Main Street.' In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, we explore the communities of Osceola, Florence, Whitewater and Omro. Hosts Mariah Haberman and Marie Justice step off the beaten path to discover the beauty, history, and fun that these Main Street communities offer visitors. From a Scenic National Riverway, to remote waterfalls of the Northwoods, there are so many things that will surprise you about these places - and they're just down the road!
Branson Waterfall Trail, Branson, Missouri
We're taking a break from exploring all 88 Missouri State Parks to check out some waterfalls close to home after some record-setting rain and flooding. Located at Shepherd of the Hills Expy and Roark Valley Rd., Branson Municipal Waterfall trail did not disappoint.
The Highest Point in Missouri
The highest natural point in Missouri is located at the Taum Salk Mountain State Park in Ironton, Missouri. The elevation is 1,772 feet. I realize there is not a whole lot to see in this video (looks mostly flat too lol) but this is a place I have wanted to visit for a long time and I'm glad I finally got to see it. Enjoy and thank you for watching!
Also check out this awesome channel of a true hiker, Evan's Backpacking videos! I enjoy his channel a lot and I know you will too!
Antigo Wisconsin's Gunkel's Bakery on Our Story's What's Cookin
This week Lenny Leftover shares with us how he was the only leftover in sight when he made a stop into Gunkel's Bakery located in Antigo Wisconsin a great community in Langlade County.
Sauk Visit August 2011
Sauk Elders visit their homeland — Saukenuk, home of Black Hawk — August 10, 2011. This was just part of a 7 day bus trip the elders took to see historic sites of their nation. Locals prepared a noon potluck for them and had a chance to share stories of this area whose history we share.